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called the performance embarrassing. bradley beal was back and nenj started his first game of the season. wizards would score just 13 points in the first quarter. down 17, crawford behind the back, dishes to vesely for the dunk. nenj steals here, resulting in a bradley lay-in. beats who missed the last two games had 14 point tonight. the wizards would get as close as 2. fourth quarter a play that sums up the season. vesely trying to get the ball. beal follows, he hits the beck. maxfield for rt dunk. they are now an nba worst 3-22. >>> when we come back, the game that changed the restaurant skins' season. why carolina was a kick in the pants for the redskins. stay with us. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back. whether mike shanahan knew it or not, what he said after the loss to carolina motivated his players. they were 3-6 entering the bye week. that's when shanahan was asked, where do you go from there? he said, it's time to evaluate and see who will be here for years to come. although he explains that his words were taken out of context. >> at the bye, people didn't give us a chance. o
. that slows the process down. as deputy chief beal says, we have 14 in line to take the test, in spanish, and 14 in chinese, 1 in russian. that helps. but waiting on the street waiting for an interpreter, it is great to have someone who is coming. if we can stream that it's a great call. i am not sure how the civilian part is; for officers it is scenario-based. >> commissioner chan. >> commissioner chan: i am reminded of what assistant district attorney jean rolan said, the importance of maintaining trust. from the moment an officer and an inspector encounters the victim. i think the transformation that the department has had, president chu, i want to commend you for your work that started in 1998, none of this happened by accident. the moment that someone who does not speak english - it is important for us to keep the safety net going for victims in the city. i want to thank everyone for their leadership to get to this point in my question is, we talked about this a few weeks ago before the police commission. i think you are doing a great outreach to the community. obviously p
, cheaf beal, officer chang, language liaison, -- a member of the working group. he will talk some of the challenges that lap, domestic violence victims face and lastly beverly -- will make concluding remarks. she is also another vital member of our organization or our working group. a little bit of the history. six years ago a number of representatives from 22 organizations can together to work with the police department to write language access policy. we came together with the desire to improve services for the domestic violence victims and witnesses and family situations. most certainly those concerns and specific cases were at the forefront of putting together this language access policy. within two years,the police commission adopted the language access protocol, department general order 5.20. it is one of the best in the country because it is comprehensive and it gives clear guidance. it requires a san francisco police department officers to provide language access or language services to limited english proficient individuals that they encounter in their law
. chief beal spoke about me doing those interviews. i don't speak korean and chinese. we do spanish radio once a month, speak with marcos gutierrez about whatever they want to talk about; sanctuary city has come up more than once. it is not a training issue for us. it is department policy. it is city law. it is what we have been raised on. >> does the department have the authority to control that information within its own database so it is and shared with the federal authorities? >> what information is that? >> my understanding is there is no opt in and out. maybe commissioner chan can say something. >> secure communities is a post-arrest situation, a sheriff situation. those questions are not asked at the police department level. >> the chief has been extremely supportive of efforts by community groups. chief beal recently met with community groups about the same issue, that is something they have been receptive, trying to address. -- has resulted in over 638 deportations as of august this year. it has an impact on the victims of domestic violence. it is a continual problem. >>
up bradley beal and the wizards get some air, but is it enough to end their eight- game skid? gary might have hinted at it earlier. highlights are next. [ singing christmas carols in background ] aunt sally's singing again. it's a tradition, honey. [ singing christmas carols ] mmmm. [ female announcer ] make new traditions with pillsbury grands! cinnamon rolls. [ female announcer ] holiday cookies are a big job. everything has to be just right. perfection is in the details. ♪ get to holiday fun faster with pillsbury cookie dough. >>> maybe 2012 just isn't the wizards year. john wall has yet to play in a game and the teen has not won a game since december -- the team has not won a game since december 11th. tonight they would find their magic against orlando. randy wittman and company hoping to end an eight-game losing streak. early on it was all jameer nelson, the magic guard canned four 1st quarter three pointers. let's go to the 2nd quarter. the wizards rally from a 17 point deficit off the tip to rebound jordan crawford with the perfect alley-oop to the flying bradley beal with
in fact we have decided to be a straight shot down beal street to embarcadero station and you can see where you are going. it would be underground, people-mover, with remarkable on either side. and we issued an rfp for this work in august of this year. we received a single proposal on september the 28th. briefly this proposal was from a large company, very well qualified and when we checked up afterwards. we found that small companies found that there was too much scope of work within this and too many things to do that any one small company could not do it by themselves and the other major companies could have done this. are really already conflicted out because like urs, pass and transportation group and already heavily involved as designed on this project all for high speed rail. so we do need an independent company doing this. we had technical evaluation and the proposal was extremely well presented. and we interviewed them. and they had the right staff. and we completed the contract negotiation after the interview this month. just by way of saying it, on themselves is a well qual
with the president of the rec and park commission mark beale. (applause) >> good afternoon, everybody. it's such a pleasure to join monique and our port commissioners and the mayor and port staff and the department of public works celebrating this incredible investment in the port, which is such a significant part of our treasured open space portfolio in san francisco. but most of all, mark beale and i are here to thank the community, to thank all of you for supporting park bonds, the 2008 clean and safe neighborhoods park bonds provided almost all of the $10 million of investment in where we are standing today. and thanks to the 72% of san franciscans that voted yes in november of '12, we have another couple million dollars that will work on a little ways down the south area. you can see it. we'll be able to renovate the next piece of this incredible vista and open space. so, we just want to celebrate our tremendous sister agency. here's to open space and here's to recreation and here's to vistas and congrats, everybody. thank you. (applause) >> thank you very much, phil. now, keep an ey
beal, a vital member of our team. >> i don't know if i am a vital member of the group. i was assigned to represent the chief on this group. is and as i walked in the door that day and saw the members of the group i knew that i was in trouble. i knew the group was going to be extremely motivated, extremely directed, i immediately began getting homework assignments from these women. it's a great cause. i was glad to help. upon request i reissued department goals to have officers apply for certification for language skills. we have 400 officers that have line with language skills and only half of certified. i have spoken with director -- of hr and she assures me that in the first quarter of 2013, a test will be administered and we will get the numbers that we want. i hope this will be continuing thing with can do a regular basis. also we identified - i was told about issues that we have at psas, and at stations where they did not know how to use a landline. i contacted our academy, captain -- was very receptive. would put together a roll call immediately for all psas. we have
winless in ot this year. early goings of this one against the hawks again. martell web ter ahead to beal and he made 6 of the first 7 shots. a scary moment. beal's shot is blocked and crashes to the floor. a look here. fortunately he was able to return to the game. three minutes left and jordan crawford cans one of his five 3's. tied at 85. last shot time. crawford can win it but well short. into overtime we go. in ot, former wizards desean stevenson he would hit the only 3 and proved to be the game winning basket. they fall to the hawks for the third time this season 100-95 in overtime. now 3-19 this season. it's tebow time for the mystics, mike tebow that is. he was introduced as their new head coach and general manager after spending the last ten years with the suns. he led them to eight playoff appearances in hi decade stay. >> for all the fans out there that have been off the ban wagon. it's big enough to get back on. we'll take all comers to get back on. we have a lot to prove and we know that. there's no miracles. it's about hard work. >> i think if you ask around the league, mike
in beal's lay-in. beal who missed the last two games would chip in with 19. beal chases after the ball. he hits the deck. the pistons bynum to maxfield for the dunk. wizards fall again to the pistons 96-87, an nba worst 3- 22. >>> jt 3 and georgetown hosting au. au hanging tough. steven lumpkin gets it go. deficit only six points. let's go later in the first half. hopkins inside to porter. second half, off the au miss, troutwig off the break. he gets the return pass. georgetown defeats au 65-48. next up, marquette, january 5 in their big east opener. >>> governor's classic, mason facing richmond. first half. mason misses but this one gives mason the first lead. we are tied to go. five seconds to g mason can win it. wright lets it go, he sinks the 3 at the buzzer. that is the game winner. wright had a game high 22 point. mason defeats richmond 67-64. >>> an eagles-redskins rematch tomorrow in philly. remember when the redskins won 57-6. griffin iii completed this long pass to santana moss. the eagles have been 1-5 since then, but they had a da what tick win last week. >> i don't think that
] >> commander beale. we hear a lot of discussion about gang interventionists. how should san francisco's gang task force work with these programs? >> well, i'll tell you. i became the commander of investigations a year ago. this is new to me. what i saw was what the men and women do. this was nothing less than amazing. what the task force does is the majority of the contact that they have with the community, it is really about information sharing, talking and getting to know the people, the families, and they do a lot of work in the intervention field as well as the prevention. with this task force, what they have to do is build those relationships. you cannot do that, with the police and the radio car. you have to get to know them. you have to know them when they are hurting. that is what amazed me. i went into the task force office. i ask them, what is this about? they have adopted the families into the worst housing projects in our city. their own funds that they put together, they will go out to get young kids. this will build those relationships. what they do, if you work in the communit
? being none public comment is closed. >> commissioner lowe. >> thank you, president beal. i would like to echo the comments. my grandparents grew up in an sro. i always wondered why i had to bring toilet paper. many of those descriptions hit my hard during my childhood. would like to make the following motion. first to the make the finding that adopt finding of the planning commission and resolution, prioritizing china town as high needs neighborhood and prioritize early investment in open space and parks. to also make the finding -- adopt as our own objectives of planning commission in their resolution in improving the open space in china town. would also like to ask the department to seek funding to implement the resolution and our finding so that it is consistent with the transit center district plan. and to hopefully bring all these great things into fruition. >> thank you. commissioner bonia. >> yes. for purpose of clarity, i wanted to -- based on the testimony or public input we received today, it appears that the moneys will be more earmarked for the improvement of portsmouth sq
. i cannot thank chief -- and deputy chief -- and deputy chief beal, and the two language officers have been so helpful. language liaison henry hocht came out to a community domestic violence meeting. he came, handed out his phone number, everybody got to meet the liaison an officer chan will help us do that as well. it helps when officers can tell clients that they know the language liaison officer for sfpd and he can help them to get where they need to be in a they have an issue they can bring it to the table. it is tremendous. the hour is late. this work could not be done without -- and the team from occ, and the leadership of sfpd to meet with us on almost monthly basis where many of these issues are spelled out every day. it is a pleasure and an honor and a vital goal for all of us. we have to do this. we are doing it. thank you. >> we will call our last item on the agenda, report from the chief, and captain flaherty from the special victims unit, san francisco police department. >> i know that the hour is late. i'm greg suhr, chief of police for san francisco. it is
on the hamburger truck nearby on what was it beal? or somewhere nearby. any way, that was more recent than the guiradelli square. the question that i have for you is when you look at the previous... some of the previous cases and locations, you did a fairly substantial review of the menus and of the or what was being offered to make a determination whether it was like food or not in some of those cases. in this instance, the organic espresso that was being provided by the permit holder, did you do a similar analysis, comparing that to what was being offered in the other restaurants of the area? >> the review, happened and... we were directing this hearing when we received objections there were over 30 objections in this particular location and many the merchants came out during the director's hearing and said that they do so espresso but have not specified specifically as it results to the beans or how they go about producing it. the objection, that we received through the hearing, was exclusively that i also show espresso at this time and that is the definition. that was their belief of l
. >> thank you, president beal. this did come before the capitol committee. we did move this matter to the full commission for the following reason the matter was heard by the capital committee we didn't have a full package. we do now have a full package, included in your package, which is the mitigation monitoring and reporting program. certificate of determination and exemption from environmental review. and a community benefit plan. so we do now have a complete package. we did move this to the general calendar with the recommendation of approval. i would like make the motion to have this project approved. >> commissioner, is it the resolution that you would like to adopt that is in your binder? >> yes. >> thank you. >> commissioner. >> prior to seconding my colleague's motion, i want to say a week ago i was contacted by the head of the union square association karen flood. she said their association was supportive. i think that is and important vote of approval. so with that if there is nothing elsely second commissioner lowe's motion. >> commissioner bonia. >> i just wanted to t
and the sale or lease of development the sea wall bounded in embarcadero roadway beale and bryant streets. >> good afternoon commissioners. i am jennifer mattes from economic work force development. on behalf of a team of forks we're here to present the first comprehensive hearing on the project that would include a multipurpose arena that would be home to the golden state warriors. we have been working with citizen advisory committees set up through the port by the request of supervisor jane kim since august and this is the first opportunity to give you a comprehensive overview of some of the aspects of the project we have been talking about as well as talk to you about the fiscal feasibility report that is going to be considered by the board of supervisors budget and finance committee tomorrow. as you're aware the chapter 29 of the code requires that there are findings of fiscal feasibility for certain public /private and public projects flrd to move forward and commence in environmental review and we prepared a fiscal feasibility report and revie
into that. margaret beales was the person working on it at that time and i know still around, maybe you guys can get some of the resources he had during that commission. thank you very much. >> thank you, mr. james, thank you for being here. >> good afternoon, madam president and members of the board of supervisors, my name is argon shifferade, i am here for dar sing. i like the way he humanizes relationships with developers and businesses and so on and i really appreciate him. he has always talked to us whether we meet him at commission or other areas. he always ask us how our business, what can we do for you, and that's what we expect from public officials, humanizing the relationship. that's a great matter we have and i am really glad you are considering him. we had a long meeting less than, about 6 months ago. and what i know, i told him he was listening to us on the meeting. if we want to change the perpetual underemployment of black people in this community you need to change and come up with a new radical political culture. i hope you will do that and i want to support it. than
put san francisco on course to top last year's fatalities. the deadly accident happened on beal and market streets on the day the city kicked off a program. program. rsty live from the scene for us. a man in his 40s was struck and killed with a pickup and authorities say it happened about 2:30 this afternoon. police do not know if the victim was in a crosswalk at the time. people who saw the accident upset and know the district can be a dangerous place if you're on foot. >> this is careful here. you can start running over people. you know? going fast. >> something like this happened to a friend of mine many years ago. i just kept thinking how we're always rushing about for the holidays and i'm trying to encourage people to slow down, be present. be safe. >> in 2011, did 17 pedestrians were struck, so far this year. 17 pedestrians have been killed in action. the district attorney announced that a new campaign would be kicked off called don't rush. urging to drive with caution during the holidays. >> thank you. >> police are investigating yet another incident. a
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